Successful Tax Attorney in Southern California
The first and the most important step in successfully dealing with the IRS and the State of California is to choose a tax attorney you can trust — one with an intimate knowledge of the tax code and bureaucratic procedures, paperwork and policies; one who is passionate with his work and compassionate towards his clients. Tax attorney Robert S. Schriebman has successfully dedicated more than 50 years to helping individual taxpayers, business owners, students and tax attorneys navigate the complicated tax systems of the federal and state governments.
Certified Specialist in Taxation Law for More Than 45 Years
If you face tax problems with the Internal Revenue Service or State of California, you are certainly not alone. Tough economic times make tax problems more common and the IRS and state agencies make paying taxes and solving problems much more complex than they need to be. We understand that the IRS can be intimidating in its interactions with the public and businesses. One of the worst things you can do, however, is to ignore the letters and phone calls from the IRS or California’s tax agencies.
Robert S. Schriebman: Author, Educator, Successful Los Angeles Tax Lawyer
Tax professionals around the country know Robert S. Schriebman as the man who wrote the book on taxes. In fact, he’s written 20 books on the subject, ranging from “When You Can’t Pay Your Taxes — How to Deal with the IRS” to “How to Do Business with Today’s IRS.” He’s also lectured at New York University’s Institute on Federal Taxation and at University of Southern California’s (USC) Annual Tax Institute, and is a retired professor of IRS Practice and Procedures at USC Graduate School of Accounting. Attorney Schriebman has a deep understanding of the tax world and helps his clients to navigate this world safely. Whether you need an Orange County employment tax lawyer or are an individual facing U.S. Tax Court litigation, we can help you. Call 310-997-0342 or contact us online to schedule an appointment for a confidential discussion of your tax concerns.